The first day photographing the paintings and caves at Ajanta, which didn’t go as well as hoped.
Moving from Ellora to Ajanta and stopping at the Ajanta Caves Viewpoint on the way.
The second day photographing at the Ellora caves near Aurangabad.
Our first day at Ellora, photographing most of the Buddhist caves.
A trip to one of the most secluded group of caves we have visited in Maharasthra.
A visit to the second group of caves at Aurangabad which have fine statuary, and to the Bibi-Ka-Maqbara, the “Deccan Taj (Mahal)”.
Journey to Aurangabad, and an early morning visit to the first group of nearby caves.
A trip to the Trirasmi Caves near Nashik and their wonderful viharas and early Mahāyāna Buddha images.
The second day photographing the remaining buildings at Sanchi, and in the evening a trip to a remote site.
Our first day at the Sanchi site which we entered at dawn and photographed the main stupa.
An afternoon trip to see the mainly Hindu Udayagiri caves near Vidisha in Madhya Pradesh, India.
A visit to some caves near Pune, which have been converted to Hindu shrines.
A trip to the plains and in to a very remote setting where these caves were established for meditation.
The most elaborate and extensive cave site in the Lonavala area, spoiled by encroachment.
A small and remote cave temple site where we spent time in meditation.
One of the finest cave temple sites, having a Chaitya hall, a group of 14 chaityas and numerous vihras, including some that are well decorated.
A text and translation of an important teaching given by the Bodhisattva before he comes to Earth for his final life.
Photographs from this Angkorian site, which is now situated in North-East Thailand, at the farthest end on the road from Angkor, together with further information.